OGG to WAV Converter

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What is OGG?

OGG files are used to store music while using less bandwidth. The OGG format has superior sound quality to MP3s and a smaller file size. With OGG files, you can also store a song’s metadata, such as track data and artist information. You can play OGG files with several types of media players including Windows Media Player, VLC, MPlayer, Adobe Audition and more. You can also play OGG files via Google Drive.

Due to their high compression rate and open-source nature, OGG files are often used by game developers to provide in-game audio. Spotify also uses the OGG format for its digital encoding, in order to prevent illegal downloading and pirating.

What is WAV?

WAV (Waveform Audio File Format) is an audio file format developed by IBM and Microsoft. It was designed to store digital audio on a personal computer. WAV is a lossless format, meaning it doesn’t compress the analog recording it’s derived from.

Many players and applications support WAV, including Spotify, desktop music players like VLC and mobile players. They’re also supported by most web browsers.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to convert OGG to WAV online?

  1. Choose a OGG file from your computer or drag and drop it into Restream’s audio converter.
  2. Select Convert and the converter will start processing.
  3. Download your WAV file when it’s ready.

Will my file lose quality when I convert OGG to WAV?

WAV is a lossless file format, meaning all of the original audio data is preserved when you convert to WAV. However, it also depends on the format of your original file. If you convert from another lossless file, like FLAC, to WAV, you won’t lose quality. If you convert from a lossy format, like MP3, the quality won’t decrease but it won’t improve either.

Is WAV better than OGG?

OGG files can have superior quality to WAV files because they need less bitrate to have that quality. However, WAV files are more widely used than OGG files.

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